Done considering options? No you’re not. There are actually two XDiavels, the base and S. Mechanically identical, the S adds a diamond-like coating on the Sachs fork, cast-and-machined wheels, an LED daytime running light, and beefier Brembo M50 Monoblock front calipers (otherwise you get the M4-32 radial-mount caliper). Engine spec, riding position, engine calibration, and electronics are the same for both bikes. As expected, Ducati fits the whole UPS truck full of Bosch parts, including ABS (now with an Inertial Measurement Unit to provide Cornering ABS features), selectable traction control, and three power levels conveniently listed under three ride modes: Sport, Touring, and Urban. But there’s one more treat for XDiavel owners, called DPL, for Ducati Power Launch. Settable to three levels, once DPL is engaged you pull in the clutch, select first, and twist the throttle wide open. Depending on the mode, the engine will then rev to between 8,000 and 8,500 rpm and hold there. Then you can “gradually” release the clutch lever and let the altered TC thresholds do their thing.